May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Checking in

I’ve been checking in by checking out. This month is giving tribute to healthy mental status. How are you doing, mentally? Psychologically? Emotionally? Physically? Socially? Fiscally? Some free digital printable reminders to print, cut out, put around your house or office, and keep around in case you forget how awesome you are … just as … More May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Checking in

Mother’s Day Edition ~ Happy Alternative Parenting Day …

To the traditional, quintessential, safe and happy moms who had everything you ever dreamed of in your life ~ Happy Mother’s Day To all the non-traditional, alternative moms who adopted, or raised your kids single, or inherited, or did double duty as grandma and mom ~ Happy Mother’s Day To all the women out there … More Mother’s Day Edition ~ Happy Alternative Parenting Day …

Special Edition: You have the right to say nothing

Social media trends I love: Seeing all the good and positive things in the world ~ kindness, helping, sharing, cheering strangers on who’ve achieved their goals. Social media trends that I hate: Seeing trolls, bottom dwelling stalkers and random strangers who are just scrolling for a rumble with total strangers for no reason other than, … More Special Edition: You have the right to say nothing

Ugh! Edits

Yes … I know! I should have edited these posts … more, and better and again. There is power in the hiring of a good editor. Maybe my blog is a PSA for the importance of editors. I just found 10 glitches I could go back and fix in today’s post alone. I’ll leave it … More Ugh! Edits

Days of change: “Trauma is a mental injury, not a mental illness”

Why do people hang on to trials? The legal system should. It’s their profession. The acting world is, it’s their colleagues (Amber and Johnny). The gossip tablets are, they will profit from the pain of others. People in the psychology industries will. They will learn from how domestic violence is tried in court. One writer … More Days of change: “Trauma is a mental injury, not a mental illness”